The opening round was completed Friday after a 5 1/2 hour weather delay led to the suspension of play on Thursday. The second round was able to get underway on Friday with a few players making moves up the leaderboard, but inclement weather ultimately halted play at 12:42 p.m. ET.
The second round will resume at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday at Augusta National and the 36-hole cut will follow.
England's David Howell was on fire before play was suspended on Friday. Howell started on the back side and tallied back-to-back birdies from the 10th to reach 2 under. He then birdied the par-5 13th and added back-to-back birdies starting at the par-5 15th to grab a share of the lead at minus-5.
Fellow countryman Luke Donald, who like Howell is making his Masters debut, completed a round of 68 Friday morning. He then got his second round started with a birdie at the par-5 second to move to 5 under before play was called.
First-round leader Chris DiMarco had just gotten his second round underway before play was suspended. DiMarco stands at 5 under par through one.
World No. 1 Vijay Singh has yet to post a score in his second round and stands at 4 under par.
Mark Hensby parred his first seven holes in the second round to remain at minus-3. Stuart Appleby is also at 3 under but has not posted a score in Round 2.
Defending champion Phil Mickelson is playing alongside Appleby and amateur Ryan Moore. Mickelson stands at 2 under while Moore, the 2004 U.S. Amateur champion, is one shot further back at minus-1.
Two-time U.S. Open champion Retief Goosen struggled to a bogey at the par-3 12th and stands at even par through three holes in his second round.
Three-time Masters champion Tiger Woods had some bad breaks on Thursday, including a bogey at the par-5 13th after a lengthy eagle putt rolled off the green and into the water. Woods also bogeyed the par-4 first after his approach hit the flag. After play was called on Thursday, Woods nearly suffered a penalty at the 14th for standing in line with his putt when he tapped in for par. It was determined that Woods was not at fault, however.
Woods completed a round of 74 on Friday and remains at 2 over through one hole in his second round. Ernie Els also struggled in round one with a 75 and has yet to post a score in his second round.